Threads Tagged with seperation Thread / Thread Starter Last Post Replies Views 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Solve the given differential equation subject to the... Feb25-14 05:05 PM ChrisVer 6 146 Calculus & Beyond Homework I am not sure again, whether this belongs here or in mathematics. When we have a partial differential equation, in... Feb21-14 05:36 PM Hypersphere 6 388 Quantum Physics 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A grating has 1070 lines per centimetre, and a flat... Jan26-14 03:57 PM Doc Al 16 304 Introductory Physics Homework I have three elements, A, B, C, that under certain conditions (rapid heating and cooling) form one ABC phase solid.... Nov21-13 06:27 AM Bobbywhy 1 375 Classical Physics I have two more loosely based questions about PDEs and the separation of variables technique: In the intro of... Nov17-13 02:55 AM phyzguy 1 292 Calculus & Beyond Homework Hi, I need to work on a project that requires that I develop or use a good method for the under-determined blind... Oct1-13 02:38 PM puneeth9b 0 368 Electrical Engineering Ok here goes one of my crazy , maybe not so questions. When ionization occurs , the electrons and ions form a plasma... Jun19-13 11:46 AM Crazymechanic 12 787 General Physics 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Hello, so i had a family party and my cousin was doing... Feb12-13 03:12 AM jimmyly 2 257 Introductory Physics Homework 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data I am trying to figure out how to do independent... Dec8-12 08:40 AM p75213 0 454 Calculus & Beyond Homework 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Light from a He-Ne laser (\lambda = 632.8nm) strikes a... Nov5-12 07:47 PM Delphi51 1 1,164 Introductory Physics Homework 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A projectile is fired with velocity v0 and passes... Oct4-12 12:00 PM voko 1 502 Introductory Physics Homework Hi, In Griffiths QM, it is claimed that to solve the Schrodinger Equation, we take the solution wavefunction... Jul5-12 12:54 AM USeptim 7 997 Quantum Physics If I have a conducting wire of length l and a charge seperation develops between one end of the wire and the other,... Jun7-12 05:51 AM sankalpmittal 1 791 General Physics The method of seperation of variables is used to solve the problem of partial diffrential equation. For example, when... Feb27-12 04:38 AM kai_sikorski 7 1,587 Differential Equations 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data http://img18.imageshack.us/img18/8970/bose.png 3. The... Jan31-12 10:52 AM tiny-tim 1 791 Advanced Physics Homework The graph should look something like this http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:12-6-Lennard-Jones-Potential.svg (the... Jan30-12 01:38 PM technician 1 1,286 Classical Physics Can anyone help me please or point me in the right direction, I am needing to find an exact solution for this equation... Dec5-11 02:12 PM bigfooted 9 1,551 Differential Equations 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data 2y dy/dx = xy^2 + x y(0)= 2 3. The attempt... Jul24-11 10:07 PM SammyS 1 271 Calculus & Beyond Homework Good evening everyone I was hoping someone could confirm my calculations are correct.I will put the question in... Apr18-11 12:29 PM skanecfc 0 674 Advanced Physics Homework Can the speed at which galaxies separate exceed the speed of light? Mar10-11 06:43 PM marcus 5 1,206 Cosmology Hello everyone how yall durrin! Solve the following DEs by Seperation of Variables eliminate natural logarithms and... Jan25-11 03:35 PM timthereaper 3 754 Calculus & Beyond Homework Hey guys, I was wondering about problem 12C.1 in Transport phenomena by Bird, Stewart and lightfoot. The... Nov11-10 10:26 PM fzero 3 886 Calculus & Beyond Homework Briefly,the forces between two atoms arise from nuclear and electron-cloud repulsions, and nuclear to electron-cloud... Oct25-10 01:36 PM tasnim rahman 13 3,089 Classical Physics 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Verify that the following ODE can be reduced to an ODE... Sep27-10 11:11 PM fluidistic 3 818 Calculus & Beyond Homework 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A mass m has a velocity Vo at time t=0 and coasters... Sep21-10 10:57 PM kuruman 1 610 Advanced Physics Homework When a large pulse of neutrinos, each with an energy much greater than the electron rest mass energy, hits some plasma... Jun15-10 12:56 PM nismaratwork 1 796 High Energy, Nuclear, Particle Physics 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A parallel plate capacitor having two square plates... Jun8-10 09:41 PM collinsmark 2 699 Introductory Physics Homework I am currently looking into using a master magnet to seperate aluminum from food products by AC induction. First,... Jun2-10 08:23 PM cjameshuff 9 2,295 General Physics Hi PFians I saw a fluid dynamics video (classic one) that when a body moves within a fluid then flow separation... May28-10 12:17 AM dtango 11 1,411 Aerospace Engineering Suppose one is to find the stationary states of a particle in an infinite cubic well. Inside the box the time... Apr28-10 09:16 AM clem 2 1,712 Quantum Physics I have some confusion about when separation variables can be applied to a PDE. Can it be applied on any PDE that can... Apr6-10 11:15 PM hosun 1 677 Differential Equations 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Fresh coffee sitting in a room cooling...you know the... Apr6-10 02:27 PM LCKurtz 1 959 Calculus & Beyond Homework hey guys first post so sorry if this has already been asked :S what exactly is meant by the seperation of variables... Mar28-10 08:46 AM Hootenanny 1 1,543 Quantum Physics 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data How do I separate a mixture of Silver Nitrate and Sand... Feb24-10 03:43 AM Borek 1 1,865 Biology, Chemistry & Other Homework http://img63.imageshack.us/img63/3738/image01.gif may i know what is the meaning of the potential in positive... Jan14-10 08:14 AM Scharles 0 528 Introductory Physics Homework Hej, This question is in the context of General Relativity problem. I'm attemping to compute the Killing Vectors... Dec14-09 08:09 AM vhoffmann 2 1,390 Differential Equations 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Light of wavelength 680 nm is incident normally on a... Dec4-09 09:12 AM nasu 5 3,750 Introductory Physics Homework Hi, I'm currently designing the ventillation for a number of pump stations for a large water pipeline.... Aug26-09 03:26 PM edgepflow 1 729 Mechanical Engineering How can a string only have one dimension? Is there something that can actually seperate width from length? If... Jul23-09 03:42 PM Pjpic 0 1,006 Beyond the Standard Model Does anyone know of a way to calculate the point at which flow seperation occurs? Jun25-09 09:02 AM Andy Resnick 3 791 General Physics